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Saad Qureshi: Something About Paradise

4 Jan–15 Mar 2020

British artist Saad Qureshi explores what paradise means in a contemporary context in his first solo museum exhibition, Something About Paradise.


Joana Vasconcelos

7 Mar 2020–3 Jan 2021

Celebrated Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos creates vibrant, often monumental sculpture, using fabric, needlework and crochet alongside everyday objects from saucepans to wheel hubs. She frequently...


Sculpture by Women since 1945

4 Apr–16 Jun 2020

This major Arts Council Collection survey exhibition seeks to redefine post-war British sculpture by presenting a diverse range of work by artists identifying as women.


Niki de Saint Phalle: Joy of Living

2 May–6 Sep 2020

French-American artist Niki de Saint Phalle is widely recognised as one of the most significant artists of her generation. The exhibition Joy of Living brings together sculpture, works on paper and...


Elisabeth Frink: The Gift

2 May–1 Nov 2020

Elisabeth Frink was a leading figure in post-war British sculpture. Elisabeth Frink: The Gift is the first exhibition to follow a major bequest of over 180 of her works from the Estate of Dame...


Alison Milner: The Space Between Buildings

13 Jun–13 Sep 2020

Designer Alison Milner makes ceramic homeware and tiles, furniture and illustrations from finely decorated bowls and beakers to large-scale murals and drawings in hospital settings and parks.


Public Faces / Private Lives

29 Sep 2020–7 Mar 2021

Public Faces / Private Lives brings together work by a diverse range of artists who explore how we protect and manipulate our identities. The exhibition takes as its starting point the idea that we...


Mark Hearld

21 Nov 2020–21 Feb 2021

Illustrator Mark Hearld is known for lithographs, paintings and collages that take inspiration from the flora and fauna of the British countryside.


Women's Voices in Art Education

23 May–6 Sep 2020

Yorkshire Sculpture Park manages the National Arts Education Archive (NAEA) as a centre for research and inspiration. In 2020, the National Arts Education Archive will present Women’s Voices in...


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